verb (used with object), out·grew, out·grown, out·grow·ing.
verb (used without object), out·grew, out·grown, out·grow·ing.
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Contemporary Examples of outgrow
I would just say, musically, you just outgrow bands philosophically and politically.Wyclef Jean Talks Lauryn Hill, the Yele Haiti Controversy, and Chris Christie
November 20, 2014
And the insertion of technology into clothes raises a host of potential problems: what if you outgrow the shirt?Is Wearable Technology a Fad or the Future?
January 9, 2014
Historical Examples of outgrow
It is one of the penalties of Protestantism that the audiences, after a while, outgrow the preacher.The American Mind
With these selected Vulpinas, the graft does not outgrow the stock.Manual of American Grape-Growing
U. P. Hedrick
I suppose with that name she never had any incentive to outgrow her nature.The Love Affairs of an Old Maid
It is a common belief that children will outgrow cross-eyes.Five Lectures on Blindness
Kate M. Foley
All this is natural enough, we say, in a mere boy,—but he will outgrow it.By the Christmas Fire
Samuel McChord Crothers